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Knight came up in the SnD scene and first started competing in CWL tournaments alongside fellow SnD stars Dashy and MysticaL, and rising AM GodFormz. This team saw decent success online, but after Dashy was poached, the team picked up Storied ahead of the CWL Anaheim Open where they played under WiLD Gaming. Unfortunately, the team was unable to make it through the open bracket at Anaheim placing only top 48 resulting in the team disbanding. Knight then continued to play in online tournaments with moderate success, but did not attend any more CWL opens for the rest of the year.
World War II
Knight opened the year competing in MLG 2Ks under 3Kingz Gaming with GodFormz, Bounds, and SNOWHARE, but did not see too much success. At the first event, the CWL Dallas Open, 3Kingz Gaming was unable to make it out of the open bracket and ended with a top 40 placement. After that disappointing placement, Knight went through several team changes before landing on Earthroot Gaming alongside Anihmal, Skyz, and Hate. This team had better placements online than Knight had with his old team, but still the team failed to make it through the open bracket finishing just shy with a top 32 placement at the CWL Atlanta Open. Earthroot Gaming saw improvements online, but still only placed top 32 at the CWL Seattle Open. The team then broke up and after a few team changes Knight teamed with MuTeX, Remy, and MRuiz under Legicide at the CWL Anaheim Open, and once again Knight unfortunately failed to make it through the open bracket ending with a top 40 placement. Due to collecting a good amount of pro points throughout the year Knight was picked up on Gas Gaming alongside the rising star in KiSMET and veterans Blfire and Nagafen to try and qualify for CWL Champs at the CWL Championship LCQ. At the qualifier, the team unfortunately wasn't able to qualify for CWL Champs losing to the EU AM team Zone and the top NA AM team Lightning Pandas in a heated, close game 5 series.
Black Ops 4
Prior to the game release, Knight was placing well in online Black Ops 3 tournaments and that coupled with improvements last year landed him on a team with Evasion, Sender, Swarley, and LlamaGod. The team wasn't looking too strong online, but after replacing Sender and Evasion with Mochila and Nelson, the team saw improvements. However, under Regal Reserve the team only placed top 40 at the CWL Las Vegas Open and this placement was not good enough to qualify for the CWL Pro League Qualifier. Despite not qualifying for the qualifier, Knight, due to his prowess in SnD, was picked up by a team that did qualify in UYU to team alongside Spoof, Skyz, Proto, and Mayhem. With the help of coach VandyJF, UYU was able to qualify for the CWL Pro League at the CWL Pro League Qualifier by going top 2 in their pool. Even though the team qualified for the league, the controversial decision was made by UYU to bench Spoof and pick up Methodz. The team went an adequate 3-4 in the first two weeks of the CWL Pro League and the decision was made by UYU to try and improve the team by dropping Skyz for Parzelion and replacing Spoof with Beehzy as the substitute. Without a lot of time to practice post team change, UYU only managed to place top twelve at CWL Fort Worth.
- Knight previously competed under the name "GorgoKnight"
|Recent Tournament Results (View All)|
|2019-07-21||17 - 24||CWL Amateur Finals 2019||InC|
|2019-07-20||5 - 8||MLG GameBattles Miami SCUF Gaming 5v5 Hardpoint 2019-07-20||ALPH|
|2019-07-20||2||MLG GameBattles Miami Astro Gaming 5v5 S&D 2019-07-20||BABO|
|2019-07-05||77||$ 2,000||CWL Pro League 2019||KNIG|
|2019-06-16||13 - 16||$ 1,500||CWL Anaheim Open 2019||Sage|
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